. the new elistration is zynga. big business through facebook, and this stock has been a disaster sinces its ipo. new lows. farmville is not working out. is the new model broken if it really is for zynga because they have all of their playing time on facebook, and facebook is starting to push the old a littled tos down, and zynga doesn't have a new title to get in new revenue. so as farmville loses attraction, it has to come up with a new title to attract new players. so it's hurt with the relationship with facebook and by not having a new hit name. >> tom: but even traditional companies like act vision are looked at as what's new, what's next? act vision had a decent quarter earnings-wise, a third of sales coming through a digital channel to cut out the retail space and nice margins. but the stock sold off significantly and rebounded a bit today. >> right. they were beat up because they said the second quarter net income fell. some were concerned about the users for war of aircraft dropped. >> they have new titles coming up, and here you have farmville with zynga, and you can't really u
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, game maker zynga, also continues to see its share price fall to new lows. zynga dropped 4.8% as it reshuffles its senior executives after disappointing quarterly results. four of the five most actively traded e.t.f.'s were lower. the lone exception was the emerging markets fund, up 0.2%. and that's tonight's "market focus." >> tom: the federal reserve's low interest rate policy has led to historically low borrowing costs, but many small businesses have complained about the difficulty in qualifying for a bank loan, especially a commercial mortgage. as we continue our look at regional banking this week, we visit a restaurant that only got its loan thanks to a government guarantee, even though banks have been easing lending standards. >> reporter: a year ago this was a greek restaurant on a busy highway in hallandale beach, florida, between miami and ft. lauderdale. in the fall, new owners opened gamaroff's bar and grill. this spring those owners wanted& business. >> it is extremely difficult for banks to finance a restaurant. in good times its difficult, in bad times its even worse.
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name because the ipo market has stunged investors, facebook, zynga, great big flops but kors, lux row brands have owned in in 2012. management is acting really well here. i think you have the brand recognition where it will continue to see some growth. think about it, it's only been trading since december publicly so analysts still haven't caught up with their estimates in the full cycle. i think will you see the multiple come down just a little bit in the name that deserves to be rewarded with that little bit higher of i multiple. >> with that idea what about a price target for michael coors over the next 6 to 12 months. >> i think you have 15% upside, going to about 60, in 6 to 12 months, then back to school and also the important christmas season coming up so i think is a nice catalyst. >> don't remind us. the holiday is right around the corner already. do you own positions in either ibm or michael korses. >> no, i'm restricted. >> jill malandrino tonight with thestreet.com. thanks, jill. >> reporter: coming up tomorrow on "n.b.r.," we'll tell you how this three year old firm i
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